Latest Signings - April 2015

Burridge CC are proud to announce the signings of the following players during the off season in preperation for the 2015 season ahead:

Dan Hewitt - Ex Hambledon CC bowling allrounder and captain, Dan has twice won the Silver / Div. 1 bowling award. As a proven high quality performer in club cricket Dan is expected to be an invaluable addition to Burridge CC both on and off the field.

Joe Collings-Wells - Also from Hambledon CC, Joe came through the Portsmouth Grammar School Cricket Academy under the guidance of Cricket Professional and Burridge Director of Cricket Sam Lavery. As a prolific school boy cricketer, Joe has made a successful transition in to senior cricket over the past few years, and is also currently representing Cardiff University.

Lee Savident - Infamous throughout the SEPCL for his dominant batting, unrivalled catching and ever slowing swing bowling, ex First Class cricketer "Sav" is a previous winner of the Premier League batting award. In recent years he has been representing Guernsey in various ICC competitions with high levels of success.

Joe Gatting - Hampshire contracted Joe, will be taking over the role of Club Pro from Sean Terry in 2015. An incredibly talented batsman, effective seamer and leader in the field. Joe will be one of the most notable signings in the league as a potential match winner with both bat and ball.

Jason Martin - An exciting talent who has joined the club as part of an ongoing relationship with Guernsey Cricket Board, Jason is likely to add tempo to the batting line up, whilst setting the standard in the league behind the stumps in the absence of Jamie Rood who is now studying in South Africa.

Jamie Nussbaumer - The current captain of Guernsey. Jamie is a highly regarded pace bowler that joins with a wealth of experience with the new ball as well as at the death. Jamie is also building an increasing reputation as a middle order batsman and hopes to make significant contributions with bat and ball in 2015, after being highly recommended by Guernsey Director of Cricket and ex-Hampshire wicket keeper, Nic Pothas.

"With a couple of players becoming unavailable in 2015 and the 2nd XI moving up a division this year, we saw it as a neccesity to add to our squad if we were going to reach our goals. Given that our targets are always high, this meant some significant work would be required in the winter, but along with our various captains are I'm absolutely delighted with the players we've signed. It's fantastic to have players approaching us, wanting to be part of what we're creating at the club, striving to better themselves and be part of something that continues to grow season by season."

Sam Lavery, Director of Cricket